Wednesday, June 25, 2008
Tuesday, June 24, 2008
Saturday, June 21, 2008
I hope to have an artist alley table, though this hasn't been confirmed yet. You should be able to find me under my own name, or possibly under Glasshouse Graphics or Phil Longmeir -- who will be in the spaces next to me. (If everything goes according to plan.)
I will have books -- including preview copies of the brand-new Blue Kingdoms: Buxom Buccaneers -- for sale and a few other items. too. With luck, I may even be sporting advance copies of the Uncanny Radio T-Shirt and Hat.
I hope to see lots of my friends and fans there! I look forward to talking to everyone about my books, stories, comics, and -- of course -- Uncanny Radio.
-- Stephen D. Sullivan
Tuesday, June 17, 2008
There was a casualty, though; because of the weather/floods, Linda and I couldn't get into the studio in time to do our second interview with Marie. So, we're postponing that show one week. This week, we'll be airing the Chad Lewis interview, which -- although it made the podcast on time -- never actually aired on WBSD. (Radio station screw up. They happen sometimes.)
So, if you're streaming or listening live, you can enjoy that show for the first time on June 18. And, of course, it's still available as a podcast, too. Why not check it out if you haven't already.
Thanks for all your support and continuing good wishes.
Wednesday, June 11, 2008
She is a New Thought/Metaphysics minister and spiritual counselor with a background in Metaphysical Studies. She worked as a field investigator for MUFON (Mutual UFO Network) in Los Angeles and San Diego in the 1980s and 1990s and co-founded MUFON North County, and currently serves as a Consultant to ARPAST, the Arkansas Paranormal and Anomalous Studies Team. Marie began her extensive writing career as a teenager writing movie and video reviews for a variety of national magazines, as well as short stories, including award-winning science fiction and speculative fiction for small press genre and literary magazines. She is now a widely published author with hundreds of credits to her name. Her first non-fiction book, Looking For God in All the Wrong Places, was chosen as the Best Spiritual/Religious Book of 2003 by the popular book review website, RebeccasReads.com, and the book made the Top Ten of 2003 list at MyShelf.com. Marie has also co-authored of over three-dozen inspirational books for Publications International/New Seasons, including 100 Most Fascinating People in the Bible, Life Changing Prayers, and God's Answers to Tough Questions.
She lives in San Marcos, California with her son, Max. PODCAST available July 11
Wednesday, June 4, 2008
Chad Lewis is an author and paranormal investigator based in Minneapolis, MN, who together with Terry Fisk hosts the Web site UnexplainedResearch.com. The pair also host the hugely successful Unexplained Conferences at sites around the Midwest. Lewis, who holds a Master's Degree in psychology and has traveled to Belize, Guatemala, Loch Ness, London, Romania and other places in search of vampires, chupacabras and other unknown entities, has now taken on a new kind of search. Spending hours poring over the archives of old newspapers, Lewis has found a treasure trove of the bizarre and gathered them into a series he calls "Hidden Headlines." Published so far are actual tales of wildmen, unusual characters, and unexplained phenomena from Wisconsin, Texas, New York and California. UncannyRadio will plumb the depths of Lewis' knowledge as we examine the what, how and why of Hidden Headlines.
Sunday, June 1, 2008
You can find Linda's award-winning Strange Wisconsin at Amazon.com here. Or go to her site to order her many other books.
You can get my latest creator-owned book, Zombies, Werewolves, & Unicorns at Amazon.com here. Or from Amazon's CreateSpace outlet (which gives me a better royalty) here.
My collection of short stories Martian Knights & Other Tales includes a great Blue Kingdoms story and can be found at Amazon here or CreateSpace here.
You can also find some of my other work on the Walkabout Publishing site (along with great books from other authors).
Don't forget to review the books on Amazon once you've bought them! And be sure to listen to Uncanny Radio live on WBSD on Wednesday nights from 8-9 (central time), or find our podcasts on our Uncanny World blog. More books are coming from both of us soon. Keep your eyes peeled!
Thanks for your support!
-- Steve Sullivan